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Top 5 Companies in the Construction & Engineering Industry With the Lowest EPS Growth (ACM, EME, KBR, VMI, TPC)

Comtex SmarTrend(R) - Thu Jul 19, 11:11PM CDT

Below are the three companies in the Construction & Engineering industry with the lowest year-over-year expected earnings per share (EPS) growth rates. The long-term growth rate is the expected annual increase in operating EPS over the next three to five years.Aecom ranks lowest with a EPS growth of 181.8%. Emcor Group Inc is next with a EPS growth of 1,879.4%. Kbr Inc ranks third lowest with a EPS growth of 1,880.0%.

Valmont Inds follows with a EPS growth of 2,319.8%, and Tutor Perini Cor rounds out the bottom five with a EPS growth of 3,125.0%.

SmarTrend recommended that subscribers consider buying shares of Kbr Inc on May 22nd, 2018 as our technology indicated a new Uptrend was in progress when shares hit $17.83. Since that recommendation, shares of Kbr Inc have risen 6.1%. We continue to monitor Kbr Inc for any potential shift so investors can protect gains and will alert SmarTrend subscribers immediately.

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